An amber-coloured Belgian ale that is low in alcohol content with a good malty flavour and, thanks to a good dose of Saaz hops, a slightly bitter finish. Velvety smooth with a nice creamy head, this is a pleasantly drinkable and refreshing beer. Established in 1833, it's now impossible to separate the city of Antwerp from the De Koninck brewery. Trivia: The glass in which De Koninck's flagship beer is served is called a bolleke!- Learn more about Duvel Moortgat
You know what they say: a Duvel a day keeps the doctor away! With its roots in 1800’s Belgium, you can rest assured that these guys know exactly what they’re doing when it comes to beer. Having spent the past 150 years expanding from a small Flemish factory, the Moortgat family now have a whole collection of breweries under their banner!
Duvel Moortgat have a few breweries in their roster, notably Brasserie d'Achouffe and Vedett which feature in Flavourly boxesView the Duvel Moortgat page